http://www.necn.com/news/health/Patient-Isolated-for-Ebola-Symptoms-in-Braintree-Mass-278946321.html Well, I guess Ebola-Chan has found her way into my town. It was only a matter of time...
Also my Older Sister is a Paramedic so DOUBLEOHFUCK
>mfw i live in MA
>mfw my birthday was yesterday
looks like ebola-chan is personally delivering my birthday present
>joseph goebbels' birthday is also on the 29th
Happy early birthday to you too, Anon!
>mfw i live in MA
>mfw nobody thinks ebola is a big deal
looks like i need to go innawoods in freetown soon
other than the skinwalkers and shit, Freetown is pretty good for happenings
Stop getting worked up over "possible" and "ebola-like symptoms".
>"Silly goyim thinks its a wildlife preserve!"
>"Arie, grab another drum of liquid ebola! I've got a grand plan for MassaJEWsetts!"
I wouldn't be surprised if the sheer refusal of a travel ban has something to do with sustaining our shitty economy.
Either way, the US is willingly sacrificing US citizens to exposure for w/e reason. Why does the US have absolutely zero sense of self preservation? Everything we do is off in other countries, dropping aid and infrastructure to everywhere else but the actual United States mainland.
I want to be patriotic for the United States, but politics is driving it to the ground. There is something so fundamentally wrong if bipartisan effort is considered a joke in US politics.
I recently lived here and explored all the paths inside the preserve. What I found was abandons roads and an entire little lab complex. It seemed abandoned but also like it could become active again at any moment. The location of all of theis in conjunction with the FEMA building and transportation yard is an interesting coincidence. I never ventured past any of the fences off areas but very minimal upkeep if any was being made to the grounds of the roads and buildings.
Bottom line is Stow is a very creepy little village when you consider what it's hiding. Beautiful as well.
why even allow a chance for a disease with over 50% mortality to enter our country? If the government is letting that happen and telling us not to worry, than the US is literally just letting a couple US citizens bite the bullet for absolutely no reason.
The US has an actual chance to protect it's citizens, but it doesn't. Instead, we send US troops to Africa to protect then. How is this not backwards to anyone else?
>What I found was abandons roads and an entire little lab complex. It seemed abandoned but also like it could become active again at any moment.
FEMA is manufacturing super-ebola there, no doubt
It's going to be great. He's going to be taking pictures of himself with his symptoms and refusing to get treatment. He'll take suggestions as to how to infect people and post proof of him doing shit like wiping his snot on doorknobs, light switches, and cutlery in restaurants.
>why even allow a chance for a disease with over 50% mortality to enter our country?
Because I want Ebola to scorch through this Earth and remind humanity that there are more important things to worry about than petty territorial squabbles.
Its reached a point where people care more about being "progressive" and "Anti-racist" that they will be willing to sacrifice the lives of others to keep themselves in a positive light
I LOVE YOU EBOLA CHAN
WIPE BRAINTREE OFF OF THE MAP PLS EBOLA CHAN
GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN EBOLA CHAN
literally no better than the HIV poz cult. you guys aren't even original. fucking degenerates.
>I wouldn't be surprised if the sheer refusal of a travel ban has something to do with sustaining our shitty economy.
You want something else to chew on? Gas prices suddenly went down, making it conveniently easier for all citizens, especially the poor, to travel around the country.
What good timing!
Freetown Forest will fuck you up worse if you don't know your way around.
Also, that bitch who tried spray painting on the Ledge and fell the fuck off was fucking hilarious.
I hate the graff those little fucks put up there.